HISTORYManmohan Minerals and Chemicals (P) Ltd (MMCPL) started production in the year 2010. However, its experience in the Manganese processing arena spans decades. MMCPL derives its roots from Manmohan International Contracting (MIC), a company established in the year 1995, that started with the production of Manganese Dioxide. In 1996, through the hardwork of its management and capable staff, MIC pioneered the manufacturing of Manganese Oxide in India. In the year 2004, MIC ventured into making Manganese Sulphate Powder and finally in 2007, it started making Manganese Sulphate Solution.
MIC had experienced tremendous growth since its advent. In a span of a few years, sales increased more than 1000% and its products were exported to over 40 countries in Asia, Europe, Middle East, North America, South America and Australia. With this phenomenal growth, the existing infrastructure and processes of MIC began to get strained. The management felt a pressing need to reinvent the company to serve its clients better. Thus, MMCPL was born. MMCPL more than triples the production capacity of MIC. It has been designed with best-in-class technologies paying special heed to our clients requirements for quality and packaging. Moreover, the processes have been revamped to comply with International standards such as FAMI-QS to ensure that our clients do not face regulatory hurdles.
LONG TERM VISIONTo establish ourselves as a global powerhouse in the field of mineral processing and chemical manufacturing by first expanding our current manufacturing base into products such as Ferro Manganese, then by acquiring Manganese mines thus achieving vertical integration and finally by diversifying into other minerals such as Zinc and Magnesium.
CODE OF CONDUCTWe pledge to treat our customers, vendors and other stakeholders with respect, dignity and camaraderie. We abide to be fair and transparent in all our dealings. Apart from following all the laws and regulations applicable to us, we pledge to hold our actions to the highest ethical and moral standards.